October 12, 2017

Among those working in the Protection of Civilians Camp outside of Juba, South Sudan, are the Society of Daughters of Mary Immaculate sisters, an India-based congregation. (GSR photo/Chris Herlinger)

"The church hasn't disappeared. It is still there, walking alongside people. Doing that work continues, and it has never stopped."

—Sr. Dorothy Dickson, a member of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, quoted in "Ethnic minorities in South Sudan's camps face insecurity in warring nation," published on Global Sisters Report

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